The Department of Urban Planning offers undergraduates the opportunity to obtain a Certificate in Urban Planning. All undergraduate students are eligible. The intent of the program is to recognize those students who obtain a thorough introduction to urban planning through coursework. These courses provide students with an understanding of many of the most important problems facing urban society and help prepare students for a variety of careers and graduate study. Interested students should inquire in the Student Advising Office about either the Certificate Program or appropriate courses as preparation for graduate study in urban planning.
A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better and a total of 18 credits from among designated courses are required.
|URBPLAN 140||Issues in Contemporary Urban Planning||3|
|URBPLAN 141||Urban Planning Solutions to Contemporary Urban Problems||3|
|Select one "Great Cities" course:||3|
|Great Cities of the World: Their Growth and Guided Urbanization|
|Planning for the Great Cities of America|
|Select one skills course:||3|
|Introduction to Urban Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Planning|
|Land Use Planning Practice|
|Negotiation Theory and Practice for Urban Planners|
|Select 6 elective credits 1||6|
Students may take any urban planning courses, including those listed above, to fulfill the elective credit requirement. Courses may be counted only once toward the certificate.